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China Daily 4h

COVID-19 pandemic affecting socioeconomic condition of 'almost all' African countries: AU report

ADDIS ABABA - The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the socio-economic condition of "almost all African countries" and appears to worsen dramatically as the tourism, air transport and the oil industry sectors "visibly impacted," according to a new report published by the African Union (AU) on Monday. »»»

BBC 16h

Coronavirus: Nigerian actress Funke Akindele arrested for Lagos party amid lockdown

Prominent Nigerian actress Funke Akindele has been arrested after holding a party during the lockdown imposed to tackle coronavirus. She was widely criticised online for the party in her Lagos mansion, held to celebrate the birthday of her husband. Akindele has appeared in a Nigeria Centre for Dise»»»
The Sun 03.04. 20:35

Protesting coronavirus nurses ‘shot with rubber bullets and stun grenades by cops’ as killer bug fuels global unrest

POLICE in South Africa have been filmed allegedly firing rubber bullets at nurses protesting over working conditions amid the coronavirus pandemic. The incident comes as reports emerge around the world of authorities staging violent crackdowns to enforce rules intended to stop the spread of the vir»»»
Al Arabiya 03.04. 15:57

Coronavirus: Indian rice exports suspended on supply chain disruption

Indian rice traders have stopped signing new export contracts amid the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, as labor shortages and logistics disruptions have hampered the delivery of even existing contracts, industry officials said.The halt in exports from the world’s biggest expo»»»
Daily Nation 02.04. 23:00


Bias against Catholic priest In the coverage of the coronavirus, we have been treated to a rag-tag of news headlines that border on incitement and character assassination. A case in point is the coverage of the embattled Catholic priest, Rev Fr Richard Oduor, a liturgy student at the Rome-based Pon»»»
Tasnim News Agency 29.03. 14:48

Efforts Underway to Repatriate Iranian Students from Italy: Foreign Ministry

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that it is taking the necessary measures to facilitate the return of Iranian students from Italy amid the quickly worsening coronavirus pandemic in the European country. - Politics news - As COVID-19 continues to spread at full speed across I»»»
Arab Times 27.03. 21:25

UAE detects 72 new infections; 13 detected in Qatar

ABU DHABI, March 27: The United Arab Emirates announced on Wednesday registering 72 new cases of persons infected with coronavirus increasing to 409 total number of such cases. The ministry of health said in a statement that three patients recovered, thus the total figure of those who survived ailm»»»

WAM 27.03. 21:24

UAE announces recovery of three people, 72 new COVID-19 cases

Sat 28-03-2020 00:15 AM UAE announces recovery of three people, 72 new COVID-19 cases ABU DHABI, 27th March, 2020 (WAM) -- The UAE announced on Friday the detection of 72 new coronavirus, COVID-19, cases and the recovery of three more individuals. The Ministry of Health and Prevention, MoHAP, said »»»
National News Agency 27.03. 16:58

S.Africa: First 2 Coronavirus Deaths, Cases Top 1,000

NNA - South Africa on Friday reported its first two deaths from the novel coronavirus outbreak as the number of confirmed cases breached the 1,000 mark, the government said. "This morning we wake South Africans up with sad news that we now have our first deaths resulting from COVID-19," Health Mini»»»

CNN 27.03. 13:38

Government, banks and wealthy individuals contribute billions to fight coronavirus in Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)The Nigerian government has approved a 10 billion Naira grant (about $27 million) to fight the spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19, in the country. According to a statement from President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, the money will be released to Lagos State, Nigeria's commercia»»»
The Malta Independent 27.03. 13:21

Coronavirus deaths soar in Spain

Spain announced a record number of virus deaths overnight. Spain's Health Ministry reported another 7,800 infections overnight for a total of 64,059. Deaths climbed by 769 to 4,858 — the world's second highest total after Italy's 8,214 fatalities. “It’s true that we have more deaths than what we sa»»»
The Guardian 27.03. 11:34

'We fear, but have to work': isolation not an option for the poor of Nairobi

Benson Kinyale is a security guard who works the door at a luxury apartment complex in the Parklands neighbourhood of Nairobi. While residents of the building have started to hoard supplies and stay at home because of Covid-19, he continues to make the 80km commute by bus from his home outside the »»»
Naharnet 27.03. 09:49

S.Africa: First 2 Coronavirus Deaths, Cases Top 1,000

South Africa on Friday reported its first two deaths from the novel coronavirus outbreak as the number of confirmed cases breached the 1,000 mark, the government said. "This morning we wake South Africans up with sad news that we now have our first deaths resulting from COVID-19," Health Minister Z»»»

Al Ahram 27.03. 08:42

South Africa reports first two coronavirus deaths as cases breach 1,000

Two people have died from coronavirus in South Africa, the health ministry said on Friday, adding that the total number of cases in the country have risen to more than 1,000, from 927 a day earlier. "This morning, we South Africans wake up with sad news that we now have our first deaths resulting f»»»

Emirates 24/7 26.03. 19:30

UAE announces 85 new coronavirus cases, seven more recoveries

The UAE announced on Wednesday the detection of 85 new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and the recovery of seven more individuals. The announcement was made by the Ministry of Health and Prevention during a regular press briefing on Wednesday, wherein Dr. Farida Al Hosani, the official spokesperson fo»»»
Reuters 26.03. 10:13

World food security at risk as exporters curb sales, importers buy more

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global food security concerns are mounting with around a fifth of the world’s population already under lockdown to fight the widening coronavirus pandemic that has infected over 470,000 people across 200 countries, killing 21,000. FILE PHOTO: A customer wearing a face mask sho»»»
Arab News 26.03. 07:56

UAE reports 85 new coronavirus cases, 7 recoveries

DUBAI: The UAE has reported 85 new coronavirus cases and seven recoveries, state news agency WAM reported on Wednesday. The Ministry of Health and Prevention said the new cases involved people from a number of countries in Europe, Africa and across the Middle East. The increase brings the total num»»»
The Gulf Times 24.03. 16:21

ANALYSIS | Covid-19: What the smart countries do ... and we don't

We need a plan and action, not warnings of our impending doom. The actions pursued also need to do more than just shut South Africa down, writes Alex van den Heever. The COVID-19 pandemic is a bit like a rain shower on an old house. All the roof leaks are soon exposed. In South Africa many of the l»»»

The North Africa Post 23.03. 15:18

Burkina Faso: US Ambassador tested positive to coronavirus; cases in Africa jump to 1662

US ambassador to Burkina Faso has tested positive to the Coronavirus and announced the isolation of the mission staff diagnosed with the disease, Anadolu news agency reports. “I received a positive test for COVID-19,” Andrew Young said on Twitter. The West African country has confirmed 99 cases, in»»»

France24 22.03. 16:13

Violence flares in Guinea as voters cast ballots in contentious referendum

Voters in the West African state of Guinea began casting their ballots on Sunday in a bitterly-disputed referendum that critics say is a ploy by President Alpha Conde to stay in power, and that was almost immediately marred by sporadic violence. Advertising Read more Conde is proposing a change to »»»
United News of Bangladesh 22.03. 13:19

40 African countries confirm 1,114 COVID-19 cases as death...

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across Africa has climbed to 1,114 as 40 African countries reported confirmed cases as of Saturday afternoon, the Africa Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) disclosed on Saturday. Ahmed Ogwell, Deputy Director of Africa CDC, confirmed to Xin»»»

Xinhuanet 21.03. 11:48

COVID-19 cases in Taiwan soar to 153

Video PlayerClose TAIPEI, March 21 (Xinhua) -- The total number of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Taiwan has increased by 18 to 153, the island's epidemic monitoring agency said Saturday. The new patients, 12 women and six men, were believed to have contracted the virus during their »»»

KazInform 16.03. 17:12

142 countries, territories restricting entry from S. Korea over coronavirus fears

SEOUL. KAZINFORM A total of 142 countries and territories were imposing entry bans or stricter quarantine procedures or plan to do so for people from South Korea over coronavirus concerns Monday, the foreign ministry said. Related news Azerbaijani Embassy in Kazakhstan creates hotline due to corona»»»
Fox News 16.03. 08:36

South Africa imposes coronavirus travel restrictions affecting US, other hard-hit countries

closeVideoIn a sweeping set of measures Sunday, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said visas of citizens from high-risk countries, including the United States, have been revoked to contain the coronavirus epidemic. Although South Africa has seen only 61 cases of the coronavirus, and no deaths»»»
Middle East Eye 11.03. 11:28

Coronavirus: Bahrain records 77 new cases among evacuees from Iran

New cases bring total in kingdom to 189 as Iraq says it has cancelled Friday prayers in the holy city of Kerbala Bahrain's health ministry said on Wednesday that 77 new coronavirus cases had been recorded among citizens evacuated from Iran by plane this week. The new cases brought the total number »»»

Morocco World News 10.03. 16:15

Khouribga African Film Festival Succumbs to COVID-19 Anxiety

The festival is the latest addition to the list of canceled or postponed events amid the growing fears of a major COVID-19 outbreak in Morocco. Rabat – The organizers of the 22nd Khouribga African Film Festival (FCAK) have decided to postpone the event, originally scheduled for March 28 to April 4,»»»
The Africa Report 05.03. 14:55

Nigeria: Non-interest income lifts Zenith Bank’s 2019 earnings

A key element in Zenith Bank Plc’s profit earning growth in 2019 could help the bank “fend off a potential recessionary coronavirus-induced economic blowback”. Saheed Kiaribe, Director of Research at Proshare Nigeria, said, “The shift in the rise of non-interest income may sterilize the bank’s P&L »»»
The National 01.03. 18:09

Coronavirus: Gov Games 2020 postponed in Dubai

Coronavirus: Gov Games 2020 postponed in Dubai Over 170 teams had confirmed their participation in the event The National March 1, 2020 March 1, 2020 SHARE facebook shares SHARE Dubai's Gov Games 2020, an annual sports day for government employees has been postponed in an effort to stay the spread »»»
The Bangladesh Monitor 01.03. 11:36

SIA suspends over 3,000 flights, cuts down in-flight service

Singapore : On February 24, Singapore Airlines announced that the carrier has temporarily suspended over 3,000 flights effective till the end of May.Earlier, the airline cut 674 flights, including SilkAir, across its global network to USA, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, North »»»
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